Everything But Length! Hair Extension Hacks

A couple of months ago, we introduced the Babe Everything But Length portal—a place where you can learn all about extension applications for purposes other than adding length to hair. We offer solutions for problems such as thin mid-lengths and ends, uneven or too-short haircuts, fine or aging hair, and dull ‘dos. Altogether, we offer 7 different (and specific!) hair extension solutions in the Everything But Length portal, as well as techniques for achieving them in your own salon. If you don’t have time to visit right now, below you can find the top hair extension hacks that go beyond just adding length. Enjoy!

Micro Bonding
This new and exciting hair extension technique uses segmented Fusion hair extensions to conquer installations around the crown and hairline areas of the head! No more stopping at the horseshoe or tip-toeing around the sides; now you can install directly in the top-most layers of hair with confidence and full support from Babe! Best for filling in sparse sections of hair (due to thinning, balding, or bad haircuts), the Micro Bonding technique is also great for performing detail work, enabling you to achieve pompadours, A-line bobs, and more—even on short hair!

Volumizing with Single Sided Tape
You can achieve volume using any of Babe’s hair extension methods. But get this: you can also achieve volume using half the number of Tape-In extensions in a typical installation, saving both money and excess weight for finer-haired clients. To do this, take advantage of Babe’s Single Sided Tape—a tape strip that replaces the second Tape-In weft in a standard installation to seal the backside of the first weft. Using Tape-Ins and Single Sided Tape, you can virtually double the volume of an otherwise thin hairdo, and spare your client any discomfort in the process!

Mixing Methods
Just because you decide that Micro Bonding is ideal for the top layers of the client’s hair doesn’t mean you have to use this technique throughout! In fact, sometimes it’s decidedly better (and quicker!) to mix and match methods for the perfect installation. For finer-haired clients, consider starting with a Tape-In base, then incorporate Micro-Bonded Fusion extensions as you approach the top and front of the head. Similarly, you can mix Tape-In with I-Link to get the best of the weft and strand-by-strand methods in different parts of the hair, or opt for our hybrid method—Flat-Tip—to do all of that for you.

Bricklaying
Cover more area using fewer extensions, and prevent any gaps in your installation by employing the bricklaying technique. Place hair extensions so that they cover the gap between the hair extensions below them (in the previous row), just like a bricklayer lays bricks. Bricklaying is a staple of Tape-In installations, but it can apply to other methods, too. Take extra care to make sure that you’re always bricklaying extensions on the side of the head, and filling in the gaps between the sides and the back portions of the head.

Adding Stress-Free Color
Have a client who wants highlights or a funky color, but doesn’t want to expose their natural hair to the damage of hair dye? Hair extensions are here to save the day. Whether you’re using I-Link, Clip-In (for temporary transformations), or Micro-Bonded Fusion for very fine-tuned blending work, extensions can stand in for coloring jobs to give your client the hair-friendly pop that they’re looking for! You can even pre-color the extensions themselves to achieve more fantastical looks, like emerald or pastel hues. And don’t forget our ombre assortment of hair extensions, perfect for achieving the sought-after ombre look without a single drop of dye.

Blending Color at Once
When we talk about “color blending”, we mean the process of mixing more than one hair extension shade to produce a multi-dimensional color look (as opposed to blending at the end of a hair extension installation). Usually, to accomplish this, a stylist will alternate between the different colored strands, distributing them evenly throughout the hair. But there’s an even faster way to do it. Using a standard Tape-In installation method, select one weft of each color and sandwich them around the client’s hair, producing an instant blended effect. We recommend using the darker shade on the bottom side of the section to maintain a natural-looking color transition.

Did you try out one of these hacks in your own salon? Share a picture of the results with us via Babe’s Instagram account! We love to see your work!

 

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Are You Keeping Up with Babe?

Here at Babe, we’re constantly thinking of new and exciting ways to make your hair extension journey as easy and enjoyable as possible. But where can you go to keep track of all the new goodies that we have to offer? Today, we’re featuring our most regularly updated pages and platforms, so you’ll never again have to worry about missing out on any Babe things!

What’s New
Our “What’s New” page is basically a bulletin board of updates featuring everything from Babe Hair, Babe Lash, and Babe Online Education. Check in monthly to find new product launch details, portal links, and sale info!

Promotions
The “Promotions” page on the Babe website is specifically dedicated to our bi-monthly distributor promotions. Updated every other month, our promotions include both Babe Hair and Babe Lash deals that last a whopping 2-months each!

Facebook, Instagram, and/or Twitter
Keep up with Babe on the social media platform of your choice! We post show reminders, behind-the-scenes photos, and challenges on the regular, so you’ll get to see exclusive content and interact with other Babes! Be sure to follow our pages so that you never miss a single update.

YouTube
We’ve dedicated a whole blog post to our lovely YouTube channel, talking about how it’s the easiest way to brush up on your hair extension technique. It’s also a pretty great way to stay on top of Babe’s new product offerings and methods, as it’ll give you more specific information (and simple demonstrations!) so you can master the new material sooner.

Babe Blog
That’s right—if you’re really serious about keeping up with everything Babe, then you’re in exactly the right place! We like to fill our Babe blog with all the insider tips, tricks, and insights you need to have the best hair extension practice possible! Plus, it’s updated weekly, so you can stay 100% current with Babe. If you’re not already subscribed to our blog emails, make sure to sign up on the top left of this page so you can get each weekly blog post delivered directly to your inbox! (You can find the signup field under “Babe In the Know”.)

Do you have a question or suggestion that you’d like to have featured in a future blog post? Leave it in the comments below so we can address it in our content!

 

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Beat the Heat—On a Budget!

Depending on where you are in the world, you may be thinking that it’s so, so hot right now. And we’re right there with you. But as enticing as the AC (and a bucket of ice cream) might seem right now, it’s not always the healthiest choice, and sometimes you just don’t have the money to spare on a ghastly utility bill. So how do you keep your salon cool and pleasant when the sun keeps threatening to burn the place down?

Here are some time-tested tricks for beating the heat on a budget…

Know your directions
The sun rises in the east and sets in the west, and—if you live above the Tropic of Cancer—it passes through the southern part of your sky during the summer. If you know which sides of your salon building are getting the most sun throughout the day, you’ll know which doors and windows to address with some of the other tips in this list! The key is to be efficient, and efficiency means focusing your energy and resources where it counts.

Keep an eye on the time
You should also focus your energy and resources when it counts. Noon and afternoon are typically the hottest times of the day, so heat-preventing techniques and activities should be concentrated during these hours. Alternatively, evening and nighttime are the coolest times of day, and cool air should be drawn inward during these times.

Shield the windows
So how do you prevent the heat from getting into your salon? Curtains, blinds, awnings, tinted glass, you name it—whatever will reduce the amount of sunlight pouring in through your windows. Again, take extra care to equip your east, west, and south-facing windows (if you live in the northern hemisphere) with these accessories to achieve the maximum effect.

Reflect the light
If you can’t reduce the sunlight, reflect it away from your salon space. A light-colored exterior or metallic facade elements should help with this, not to mention the many mirrors you likely already have in your salon. For those willing and able to make a non-AC-related investment, a one-way mirror in place of regular windows would also do the trick.

Add some green
Introducing some foliage outside and inside your salon space can do wonders for your air quality and temperature. For example, planting some trees around your sun-facing doors and windows can offer shade, thereby limiting the amount of light and heat that comes in through those openings; planting a rooftop garden can act as insulation during summer and winter; and keeping an aloe vera plant, ficus, or fern indoors can help to reduce indoor temperature while purifying the air of pollution and allergens.

Employ a fan
Fans are a good, old-fashioned way of simulating an outdoor breeze without having to leave your salon. Plus, if you’re strategic about their placement, they can even simulate an actual AC by changing the overall indoor temperature of your room. Place a fan in the coolest part of your salon—say, by your ice tray, or near the floor—to blow cool air towards you, or utilize a ceiling fan to pull the cool air upwards through the space.

Create an air path
Good ventilation is always important, so bring in the actual breeze by opening windows on opposite sides of your salon (as in a cross-draft, or cross ventilation), opening windows on multiple floors of your salon (if you have a multi-story salon), cleaning your vents, and positioning your fans by open windows so that they expel hot air and suck cool air into your space.

Take advantage of height
Hot air rises, so if you have multiple stories, tall ceilings, or skylights in your salon space, make the most of them. If not, place your outside-facing fans higher than your indoor-facing ones so that they push out the hot air floating at the top of your room.

Use a dehumidifier
The only thing worse than a too-high temperature is a too-high temperature on a humid day. Correct the problem in your salon by using a dehumidifier. These guys are also great for ridding your indoor air of dust and allergens.

Have plenty of water
A nice cold glass of water is perfect for cooling down, but it’s also vital for replenishing your body’s fluids after a long day of sweating. Keep a lot of water on hand—perhaps in the waiting area of your salon—and distribute it to your clients as needed. Also, make ample use of your spray bottle; a cool, refreshing mist is like magic on a summer day.

Try some essential oils
Essential oils are good at hydrating hair and hair extensions, and they can also have a cooling effect! Try some peppermint, spearmint, or eucalyptus oils, either directly on the skin or diffused into the air. You’ll also benefit from the beautifully relaxing aroma, which can freshen up even the stuffiest of rooms.

Refrigerate your smocks
This tip isn’t exactly time-tested, but it could make hot days more bearable for your clients. Throw your protective gowns or smocks into the fridge before an appointment so your clients can benefit from the pleasant chill. You could even add a dusting of talcum powder to reduce moisture and keep the fabric cool throughout the day.

Try these tips in your salon and spare your wallet the excesses of summer air conditioning! Best part is, it’ll help the planet, too.

Got questions? Leave them in the comments below and we’ll get back to you ASAP!

 

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Blending Tips for Red Hair

We’re loving our newest hair extension colors, and we’re loving the before and afters that you lovely Babes are making with them! Today, we’re compiling some of the best application tips we’ve seen for blending red hair extensions to perfection. Enjoy!

Take a cue from the skin color.
Pheomelanin, the pigment that determines the level of redness in a person’s skin and hair, is typically consistent between the skin and hair, meaning that a person with a ruddy complexion is more likely to have red-tinted hair, and vice versa. Hence the belief that the undertone of a person’s hair should complement the undertone of their skin, so as to produce the most natural-looking result. If you’re ever in doubt about which shade of red to use in a client’s hair (or which highlight and lowlight colors to apply), refer to their skin tone. Golden skin will match a copper hairdo well, whereas pink skin will look better with a more strawberry color.

Dimension is key.
Red hair spans a wide range of shades, from the lightest of strawberry blondes to the darkest of auburns. This variety makes red hair particularly suited to highly dimensional color jobs, so go all-in with the highlights and lowlights to produce a look that truly captures the light. Our rule of thumb is to select a color two steps lighter than the base color, a color two steps darker than the base color, and the base color itself—though you can absolutely incorporate more of the colors within those limits, too.

Throw in some brown or blonde.
If you look very closely, you’ll find that many natural redheads carry strands of brown or blonde within their hair alongside the more vivid red—especially around the face and near the ends of their hair. Feel free to incorporate some of these colors into your blending job, applying a couple of brown lowlights to darker reds and a smattering of blonde highlights to lighter reds. This will produce a beautifully natural-looking effect, while enabling you to modify the overall brightness or dullness of the client’s hair.

Don’t shy away from purple.
Sometimes red hair veers straight into the territory of so-called “fashion colors”, with a tuft of pink or a wave of fuschia buried within the otherwise natural-looking strands. Don’t be afraid to include some of these naturally occurring colors in your extension job! Though a lock of Dark Purple (Whitney) might seem like it would stick out like a sore thumb, when dispersed throughout the hair, it can actually blend right in, leaving only a gentle touch of color in its wake.

Have you met our newest red shades? Head over to your local distributor today to get acquainted, then send us your before and after photos via Instagram for a chance to be featured!

 

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Business Tips for the 4th of July

This one goes out to our stylists based in the U.S.A.—Happy almost-Independence Day! Here at Babe, we’re donning our brightest of reds, bluest of blues, and most brilliant of whites, and gearing up to celebrate the 4th with a slice of meat and some sparklers. But before we do that, we want to share some more practical tips that can bring the festivities from the backyard to the salon, and fill your pockets with a little bit of green, while you’re at it.

Install single red, white (platinum), and blue extensions
Take a page from our trade show events and install individual flag-colored strands for $5 a piece. It’s a fun way for clients of all ages to participate in the holiday, and it’s a simple way to generate some extra cash in your salon. Plus, it’ll introduce more of your clients to Babe hair extensions, and potentially pave the way to more thorough transformations later.

Style newly cut ‘dos in traditional American hairstyles.
Top off your typical services with a complimentary style, or offer these styles as a distinct service for a limited time. You can give clients the choice of various all-American hairdos, like the Gibson Girl, Marcel waves, pompadours, and (our favorite) victory rolls. The time expense will be well-worth it when your clients share their enthusiasm with all their friends.

Bring in some ice cream for your clients to snack on.
If there’s one thing we learned in college, it’s that people will gather around the prospect of free food. Wrangle in your tardy or ambivalent clients by tempting them with this small but delicious added perk—for a limited time, only! The great thing is that you can make your own at relatively little cost, so this tactic can work in lieu of a sale.

Simulate a block party
Part of the beauty of the 4th of July is getting together with large groups of people—sometimes your entire neighborhood—and throwing an old-fashioned soirée. Take all the tips mentioned above and combine them into a spectacular 4th of July event, then invite your friends and family to stop in for some strands and styles of their own. You could even partner up with other local businesses (like the restaurant down the street or the bakery next door) to offer a wider range of products and services, then charge admission per person at the door. Make it an event that you and your clients will remember fondly, or a recurring thing that they look forward to every year!

Tried one of these tips? Let us know how it went in the comments below!

 

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Time-Saving Tips for Extension Appointments

Professional hair extension installations can involve long and arduous work, but throughout the years, we’ve done our best to provide stylists with simple and effective hacks to make the process both easier and faster. Today, we’re going to catch you up on all the new ways you can make your installations faster, simpler, and all-around better! Let’s get started…

For All Methods

Quick Pick Hair Parter
This little tool is an oldie but a goodie, and is designed to replace your rattail comb. The Quick Pick Hair Parter rests on the finger of your choice (most stylists choose the pinky!), swooping easily through hair to establish clean and easy parts for perfect installations. The Quick Pick Hair Parter is always at the ready. And as of last year, we offer our Quick Pick Hair Parter in two sizes—(S/M) Regular and (M/L) Medium—for maximum comfort and convenience.

Hair Extension Organizer
Gone are the days of messy, annoying piles of strands during installation—the Hair Extension Organizer allows you to keep all those packs of hair tidy and organized from beginning to end! Best of all, the accompanying Hair Organizer Stand allows you to set up the Hair Extension Organizer in whatever location you want!

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For Tape-In

Styrofoam Mannequin Head
Tape-In installations are pretty speedy affairs, but re-installations are an entirely different story. Make the process quick and easy by introducing the Styrofoam Mannequin Head to your routine! It lets you keep track of your Tape-In placement throughout the removal, cleansing, and re-taping steps by pinning wefts to the corresponding area of the mannequin head. This will save you both time and hassle in the long run!

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For Fusion

Fusion Cutter
The Fusion Cutter streamlines your Fusion customization process by making it easier than ever to cleanly and safely snip the bonds on fusion extensions without the bond flying out of your hands! That’s one less thing to pick up, and one less detail to worry about.

Fusion Go Belt
Our newest hair extension tool is a wearable holster in which you can store your hot Melting Connector, protecting your skin and clothes from the device’s heat! Instead of setting the Melting Connector down after every single use, dock it in the Fusion Go Belt and walk around with it literally sitting on your side for easy access. The heat-free silicone insulation will keep you safe, while the holster will keep you mobile. No hands, no heat, no hassle!

Visit our Product Shelves to learn more about these time-saving gadgets, then visit your local distributor to see them for yourself! Before long, you’ll wonder how you ever managed your installations without them.

 

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Making the Most of Your Distributor

Distributors are to Babe what agents are to Hollywood starlets—they help make Babe the extensions powerhouse that it is. We love our distributors, and we’re sure you do, too (not least because they provide you with your Babe fix!), but are you sure that you’re making the most of their products and services? If your usual interaction with them involves stepping into the store, purchasing an item or two, and then going on your way, then we think not! Today, we’re going to talk about some of the ways you can utilize your distributor to the fullest.

Promotions
Firstly, distributors aren’t just the storehouses for all the professional beauty products you can’t do without—they’re also the keepers of the discounts you really ought to have. Our distributors feature Babe and Babe Lash bi-monthly promotions, offering everything from marked-down hair extensions and tools to buy-one-get-one deals on lash-enhancing products. This month, they’re selling Flat-Tip at 15% off. And we know they have promotions for their other beauty brands, too.

Professional Support
Have a question about a product, or need a second opinion about a beauty-related decision? Call up your local distributor. Distributors are versed in the A-Zs of the products they carry, and they’re invested in your salon’s success (more clients for you = more business for them). Get their input and give them feedback within the same session—it’s a win-win for everyone!

Networking
Another thing about distributors is that they interact with a lot of other beauty industry professionals. Their staff knows stylists of varied specialties, beauty salesmen, human resource and marketing specialists from your favorite brands, and maybe even a founder or two. At Babe, we make a point of being on close terms with our distributors. Our CEO will visit them himself on occasion. So never underestimate who your distributor might know!

Continued Education
Many distributors are beginning to leverage their industry insight and valuable connections by including ongoing education in their menu of services. You can sign up for classes on highlighting, Brazilian blowouts, spray tanning, and now hair extensions! Babe is teaming up with some of our particularly education-minded distributors to bring you Babe intro classes and access to other events. Learn more about Babe events—including dealer classes—by visiting our Events page!

Visit your local distributor today to see how they can enrich your career, and pick up some Flat-Tip while you’re there! Our promotion ends at the end of June 2017.

 

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Products to Prep for Summer

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Summer is just around the corner, and we can just about smell the barbecues, beaches, and outdoor brunches already! Of course, it’s not all fun and food in the coming months—sun and heat-related hair damage is no joke, and you should be preparing your salon now to cater to the needs of your vacation-bound clients. So what should you have up and ready by the time June 21st rolls around? Read on to find out!

Heat-friendly after care products
Set your clients up with some after care products that style hair to perfection while protecting it from heat and UV radiation. This can include SPF-infused texturizing sprays and styling creams, or simply good, old-fashioned heat protectants. Make sure to put these products in a place of prominence so your clients can see them, and don’t be afraid to recommend them at the end of an appointment!

Dry Shampoo
Outdoor activities and additional summer sweatiness are, unfortunately, no excuse to over-wash hair extensions. Let your clients know that they can achieve the same level of cleanliness without the additional showers by incorporating some Dry Shampoo into their routine. Babe’s proprietary Dry Spray Shampoo is formulated to work perfectly with hair extensions, replacing every other shower and leaving a divine vanilla scent in its wake.

Fusion Go Belt
Chances are that your salon is hot enough in the summertime. Keep any additional heat from Babe’s Fusion Melting Connector contained using our brand-new Fusion Go Belt—a wearable, heat-resistant pouch that holds your activated Melting Connector safely and securely as you work. The best part is that the Fusion Go Belt enables you to move easily around your workspace, without needing to set down or reach around for your Melting Connector after every Fusion strand. Talk about liberating!

Blonde, funky, and pastel colors
Summer is a time when many clients want to try out lighter, bolder, and generally more playful hair colors, with hair extensions and mixed color alike. Give the people what they want by stocking up on blonde, vibrant, and pastel formulas, as well as blonde and funky hair extensions. We find that extension color #60 (Patsy) works as a great base for color makeovers. Seeing as it’s our lightest neutral shade, it readily absorbs any pigment added to it, without distorting the tone of the formulation.

Instant Hair
When you’re going from school to work to beach to bungalow and back again, flexibility is absolutely key. Clients may not want to commit to high-maintenance, semi-permanent extension methods when they’re gearing up for an eventful summer—especially since we don’t advise mixing professional methods and salt/chlorine water. Instant Hair is a simple compromise: it allows clients to enjoy the beautiful effect of semi-permanent hair extensions, without the sometimes limiting after care that accompanies it. All they have to do is take the extensions off before jumping into the water.

Flat-Tip
As far as semi-permanent extension methods go, we mentioned just recently that Flat-Tip is a great choice for summertime because of its forgiving installation/correction technique, its hat-compatibility, and it’s blow-in-the-breeze mobility. It’s also currently on sale at your local Babe distributor! Pay them a visit today and pick up some Flat-Tip extensions for 15% off—this May-June, only.

Marketing Materials
Finally, if you don’t have Babe Marketing Materials donning your salon walls, shelves, and mirrors already, now is the time to get with the program. They’re a fast and painless way to advertise your hair extension services to all of the clients who step foot in your space. And since summer tends to bring in a lot of new customers looking for hair transformations, it’s the perfect time to introduce them to Babe.

How are you prepping for summer in your salon? Let us know in the comments below!

 

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Graduation Season

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Right now in the U.S., Pomp and Circumstance is playing on repeat. Students are packing their bags, putting away their textbooks, and donning their graduation gowns for a brisk march and a long ceremony that’ll initiate them into the next phase of their life as adults. It’s an interesting and overwhelming time, and stylists, as always, are there to make sure it’s beautiful, too. Whether it’s styling for the graduation itself or giving a young person an all-new look to commemorate their new life, graduation season presents a number of opportunities for growth and activity in your salon. So what should you do to seize them?

Schedule a targeted sale.
Offering graduating seniors a discount on hair services and/or aftercare products is a sure-fire way to attract new customers to your salon. A little attention and recognition can go a long way towards validating a client and fostering a positive relationship with them, so make it clear that you acknowledge their achievements and want to celebrate with them in the form of a well-placed sale!

Feature graduating students in your community.
Another, more personal way to recognize your graduating clients and make your salon a celebratory space is to feature their pictures, stories, and/or style transformations in the salon itself. Ask your clients whether they’d be willing to share these details, and offer them a reward or incentive for doing so! For example, you could select a few and give them full, complimentary makeovers, then show off the before & afters. This works as a promotion tactic, too.

Mentor a young stylist.
One distinct aspect of graduation season is a subtle-yet-persistent energy (sometimes bordering on anxiety) that comes from a whole new generation of young talent looking for something new to fill their time and bank accounts. Bring this energy and talent into your salon by mentoring a recent or soon-to-be grad who’s interested in hair and hair extensions. It’s the best form of training, for you and the student, and it could potentially produce a dedicated employee for your salon in the future.

Go back to school.
When it comes to new lives and new opportunities, it’s not just students who have all the fun. You can always return to school, get more training, or develop your career, too, and Babe has numerous resources to help you do just that. Sign up for a Mastery Tour or dealer class to interact with other top stylists and perfect your craft, or tag along with us to a Trade Show and help install hair extensions as a Babe show stylist. The next phase of your career is just around the corner.

Click here to learn more about Babe events and education opportunities.

 

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How To Ward Off Spring Fever

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Spring is like a siren song. It has an eerie-yet-agreeable way of making you want to jump ship to swim with the dolphins, frolic in the sunshine, or just sit outside with some sparkling water and a Kindle to keep you company. So what’s a busy, committed stylist to do when the urge to drop everything becomes too overwhelming to ignore?

Make the salon your paradise.
You don’t need to deprive yourself of fresh air and sunlight to do your work. If your heart is calling for springtime, bring the springtime into your salon. Open all the blinds, dim the inside lights, crack a window or install an air purifier to freshen up the air (which helps a load with allergies, too!). Then get to the good stuff—light some candles for a dew-like scent, play some gentle, upbeat music, and fill the space with flowers, which is sure to have you smiling ear-to-ear in no time.

Give yourself a fresh start.
Maybe your daily routine has gotten a bit old, or you’ve gotten a little too familiar with your space. That means it’s time to switch things up! Go on a spring cleaning spree, rearrange your salon furniture, update your tools and materials, and give your routine a total makeover. You can do this by streamlining your processes and making them more efficient, by introducing new services, and even by revising your pricing—something you should absolutely do now and then to account for your added experience and expertise!

Take a holiday.
If you’re still feeling sluggish, trapped, unmotivated, or under the weather, take an actual break. You’re a stylist, not a martyr, and you deserve a vacation just as much as any other dedicated worker. Give yourself permission to stay at home for a couple of days, or plan a trip to the destination of your choice. Sometimes the only remedy to the call of spring is to literally go outside.

Revive your practice.
Maybe you’re dealing with something a little more profound than just spring fever or a little burnout. If you’re feeling tired with your work, unfulfilled by your passion, or limited in your prospects, it may be time to up the ante on your career. Here at Babe, we always offer stylists opportunities for professional development, continued education, and interaction with other stylists from around the country. Catch us at a Mastery Tour class, come see us at a Trade Show, or stop by a dealer event to get started. In time, you could even be invited to events as an instructor or Babe show stylist, elevating your career and expanding your horizons on a regular basis!

Do you have any advice for warding off spring fever? What has worked in your salon? Let us know in the comments below!

 

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